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There is a new miner on the block called BXB-Miner that supports many different variants of the CryptoNight algorithm intended for AMG GPU miners, though it also supports CPU mining, that comes with a graphical user interface (kind of) as you still need to the the setup in a config file. It is a closed source miner, available only for Windows for the moment, though surprisingly there is no developer fee as we are used to see with most non-opensource miners.

BXB-Miner works with:
– Cryptonight
– Cryptonight v7
– Cryptonight-Heavy (Bixbite, Sumocoin)
– New Stellite
– New Haven
– IPBC, Alloy
– Cryptonight Lite
– Cryptonight Lite v7

Performance wise the miner does seem to do pretty well compared to other alternatives, though do note that the BXB-Miner is still in early beta, so there is a more work needed to make it more user friendly. Still you might be interested in giving it a try.

For more information and to try out the new BXB-Miner CryptoNight AMD GPU miner…

SRBMiner is turning out to be the first choice for a CryptoNight AMG GPU miner thanks to the good and fast support and especially the reaction time to changes and new CryptoNight variations getting supported. The latest version 1.6.0 of SRBMiner adds support for the new Haven (HVN) algorithm to go after the fork at block 89200 as well as for the new Masari (MSR) algorithm to go after the fork at block 204000. The latest version also comes with some new features and improvements to make it more usable and problem free, though apparently there are still some miner crashes happening mostly on Windows systems with the latest 1803 update.

We are reminding you that SRBMiner is a closed source miner and comes with a built-in developer fee of 0.85%. It is only available for Windows operating systems as a precompiled binary that you can download and use. SRBMiner is designed for AMD OpenCL GPUs and will work on a wider range of AMD-based video cards, both older and newer generations such as the latest Radeon RX series.

Supported CryptoNight variations:
– Cryptonight
– Cryptonight V7
– Cryptonight Lite
– Cryptonight Lite V7
– Cryptonight Heavy
– Cryptonight IPBC
– Cryptonight Artocash
– Cryptonight Alloy
– Cryptonight Marketcash
– Cryptonight B2n
– Cryptonight Stellitev4
– Cryptonight Fast
– Cryptonight Haven

For more information a out the latest SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner V1.6.0…

If you are looking for a CryptoNight miner that supports all kinds of variations of the algorithm as well as one that works on CPU and GPUs, then the XMR-AEON-STAK miner (forked from XMR-Stak) might be your solution. The latest version of the mienr comes with support for all kinfs of CryptoNight coins such as Aeon, Bbscoin, Bitcoal, Croat, Dero, Dinastycoin, Edollar, Electroneum, Fonero, Graft, Haven, Intense, Interplanetary Broadcast Coin, Italocoin, Iridium, Karbo, Leviarcoin, Masari, Monero, Stellite, Sumokoin, Superioir, Turtlecoin, Ultranote… and more.

The miner supports Cryptonight, Cryptonight V7, Cryptonight Heavy, Cryptonight Lite V7 and Cryptonight IPBC V3 and you can mine with it on your CPU, AMD GPU (OpenCL 2.0) or Nvidia GPU (CUDA 9) all in one package. The XMR-AEON-STAK 2.4.6 miner is currently available only with a Windows binary release that comes with 1% developer fee, though if you compile yourself from source you can change that. Originally CryptoNight is doing better on AMD GPUs, so Nvidia miners rarely go for CN coins due to slower performance they get with the algorithm, though there are times when even with Nvidia it is worth mining.

To download the latest XMR-AEON-STAK 2.4.6 CryptoNight CPU and GPU (AMD/Nvidia) miner…


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